Clubbing is an integral part of modern culture: an irreplaceable segment of the entertainment industry. But why did it become such a popular sector and what is it in nightclubs that draws so many people? It interesting to understand why do the same night clubs regularly attract the same people for what is essentially the same experience.
One of the primary and most basic reasons why people go to nightclubs is dance culture. Humans have an inherent enjoyment of dance and many societies incorporate dance as a large aspect of entertainment, socialisation and progression. It has therefore been hypothesised that dance is used as one of the techniques in which people create chemistry towards each other as women dance in order to encourage men to dance as they want to learn more about them and see if there is a mutual connection.
We usually meet different people every-time we go clubbing and through this we tend to bond and socialize. It is also noted that 97% of university students get friends in such activities, for example when meeting a girl in a party, before she decides to take things in the next level, she would like to know whether a guy would be capable of defending her without actually seeing him fight as this would result in numerous damages. If we assume that this is true then nights out is a key feature of the mating ritual and consequently a designated area where people can socialize and bond when they meet in a nightclub which becomes an important location.